Since 1947, you have known us as Fox, Goldblatt & Singer. We shortened our name, but our reputation for hard work and compassion will carry on with our new name and logo.
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Herbert Smulls of St. Louis has an appointment to die on 12:01am Wednesday for murdering another St. Louis man back in 1991. Smulls’ attorneys, however, aren’t giving up without a fight. They contend that the drug Missouri uses for their executions is “concerning.”
Mallinckrodt Elementary in South St. Louis was evacuated today after traces of carbon monoxide were detected. According to the St. Louis public school system, water had accumulated in the basement of the school building due to the melting snow. Maintenance workers were using generators to siphon the water out of the basement, and the running generators is what caused the carbon monoxide.
This morning, St. Louis-area residents awoke to below-zero temperatures which are only expected to drop even further. Although the temperatures will rise slightly over the next few days, they are then expected to drop to levels they haven’t been at in over 15 years.
In our previous two blogs in this series, we have discusses both medical bill compensation and pain & suffering compensation that you may be entitled to after a car accident. In this third and final blog in our “Questions About Car Accident Compensation” series, we will be discussing lost wages and other economic harms you may be faced with after a collision.
Many people wrongfully assume that only physical damages are recoverable after a car accident, but this is not so. Victims of car accidents are often able to recover financial compensation for a type of damage known as “pain and suffering.”